If you enjoy having a TV in your trailer while camping, then you really should consider a paper-thin digital antenna called "The Leaf". Made by Mohu and developed by engineers who have been designing antennas for the US military for years, it provides high performance at a minimal cost.
Weighing a mere 15 ounces and measuring just 12 x 12 inches, it's an amazing design!
White on one side and black on the other, it can even be painted to match your decor . . . genius! Not until you actually hold it in your hand do you realize how well this would work in a trailer.
I freely admit to enjoying having a TV while camping. It's nice to get local weather reports and keep up with the news. Since The Leaf can pull in local channels up to 35 miles away, it's perfect for that task. After hooking it to the back of my TV and scanning for channels, I easily picked up 16 stations with crystal clear reception.
It comes with four small Velcro pads for mounting and you could put it behind a picture, a bookshelf, or even the TV itself, like I did.
I'm not crazy about that 6' white cable, so I'll have to figure out a way to hide that behind the TV too . . . a Velcro strap should do the trick.
Thanks for stopping by today so I could tell you about this amazing antenna that's perfect for The Coffee Cup, and maybe would be for you too! Have a great weekend and remember . . .
"Camping, Coffee, & A Sweet Little Antenna . . . Life Is Good"